Hong Kong protests: 2 students jailed for rioting over Chinese University clashes; 1 more handed prison term for violating mask ban

Two students found guilty of rioting during a violent demonstration at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) at the height of 2019’s social unrest were sentenced to jail terms of up to 4½ years on Wednesday.Vocational school student Cheung Chun-ho and CUHK undergraduate Tang Hei-man returned to District Court on Wednesday after being convicted earlier this month of rioting and violating a ban on wearing masks at rallies during the protest at the Sha Tin campus on November 12, 2019.Judge…


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